Center for the National Interest

For The Energy Innovation Reform Project

  • Amount
    $200,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    3/18/2013
  • Term
    29 Months
  • Type of Support
    General Support/Program
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for the Energy Innovation Reform Project  
The Center for the National Interest (formerly the Nixon Center) is the fiscal sponsor for the Energy Innovation Reform Project, which will identify policies that are consistent with conservative principles and values that accelerate clean energy technology, develop strategies to build support for policy adoption, and conduct extensive outreach among conservative leaders and the public on clean energy issues. Hewlett shares the belief that a conservative coalition focused on advancing clean energy policies could accelerate policy improvement on clean energy in America.
for the Energy Innovation Reform Project  
The Center for the National Interest (formerly the Nixon Center) is the fiscal sponsor for the Energy Innovation Reform Project (EIRP). EIRP identifies policies that are consistent with conservative principles and values, while accelerating the development and deployment of clean energy technology.

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